[Recommend] San Diego’s Liberty Public Market

It’s finally here! San Diego’s very own version of Anaheim’s Packing District, Seattle’s Pike Place, San Francisco’s Ferry Building. Freshly opened just last week on March 21, San Diego’s Liberty Public Market offers a plethora of food choices and local goods, making it the first successful stationary sort of farmer’s market. Make your way to…

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[Highly Recommend] Addiction Aquatic Development 上引水產

Taipei Overview post Located at the Taipei Fish Market, Addiction Aquatic Development (AAD) is a new take on the traditional fish market. It is divided into ten areas, which starts with the fish market and branches into a sushi bar, seafood bar, seafood grill, hotpot, deli, supermarket. Other less seafood-focused areas include a juice bar, flower shop,…

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Chus’ Top 5 | San Diego Brunch

There are few better ways to spend a peaceful Saturday morning than settling into a crowded room overflowing with human bodies, and partaking in the American dream of stuffing one’s face with fatty, delicious egg + cheese + all-manner-of-decadent-concoctions until you stagger to your feet and back out the door in a manner worthy of the…

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[Recommend] Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot

One of our favorite meals as the days grow colder is hot pot. A popular meal for family gatherings, hot pot creates an intimate and cozy atmosphere where everyone huddles around a single pot. Instead of having a set list of courses, everyone can cook whatever they want in the pot and eat as they…

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[Highly Recommend] Kaito Sushi

Can you tell that we’re in love with Japanese food yet? From the outside, Kaito Sushi looks quite ordinary. Located in Encinitas, Kaito Sushi is surrounded by 5 other sushi restaurants within walking distance. There’s nothing special about its location, decor, or menu. However, do not let outward appearances fool you; this place has good fish.

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[Don’t Recommend] Cafe Bassam

Imagine Indiana Jones designing a coffee shop. The result would be Cafe Bassam: an intimate setting [literally, with tables bunched together so closely that maneuvering through them is a challenge in itself] with random antique clocks, rifles, and other vintage trinkets on the walls. On one side, rows of tea line the window. On the other,…

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[Recommend] KULA Revolving Sushi Bar

Feeling spontaneous, Tiffany and I decided to go to KULA Revolving Sushi Bar on Labor Day. We were in the neighborhood at the time and the heat made us decide to go for something light and close-by. Once again, we ran into a giant line of people outside. I feel like we can’t really be…

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